Former Preston nightclub set to become adult gaming arcade
A Preston nightclub that closed down at the height of the pandemic could be converted into an adult gaming centre.
Help dad raise funds for one last holiday to make precious memories with terminally ill wife
No cure for mum-of-three who has secondary breast cancer as her husband appeals for help to take her on one last family holiday
M6 crash near Preston closes three lanes leading to hour-long delays
Police were at the scene southbound on Tuesday night
Axed IKEA site at the centre of legal row as decision looms over retail, restaurant and warehouse development
There are calls for a decision over the future of a site in South Ribble - once earmarked for an IKEA store - to be deferred until the conclusion of a legal battle.
'Well known' Cumbrian mum who died after fatal collision was a carer for disabled son
Mum-of-two Eileen Kelly was a carer for her eldest son who lives with a disability
Drunk pair stole child's £2k electric wheelchair and dumped it in a skip
Ross Johnson and Ryan Goulding have been jailed for the offence
Lake District holiday cottage owner lends a digger after snow blanketed Cumbria
Unprecedented snowfall cause chaos across the country with hundreds of people forced to abandon their cars and take shelter in safe places nearby
Workington pub's one-star food hygiene rating with serious concerns over food safety
The low score for the pub on Cross Hill mianly relates to its 'management of food safety'.
Cumbria police officer sacked over sexualised messages to vulnerable woman
PC Foster was dismissed without notice
Fatal Lancashire quarry where kids keep drowning as owner left witnessing ongoing tragedy
Jamie Lewin died after swimming in East Quarry in Appley Bridge with friends
Fire closes Garstang Road in Preston 'for a number of hours' as police attend scene - live
Lancashire Police are at the scene
Garstang Road in Preston reopens after emergency services attend vehicle fire
A busy road in Preston was closed by police as emergency services attended a vehicle fire.
Former Morecambe Pontins to become 49 family homes - despite retirement village fears
"Many feel they have been living on a building site for years and want see it move on"
Coca-Cola Christmas Truck still told to avoid Cumbria as part of obesity fight back
"I stand by what I said back in 2017, I do not want to see the Coca Cola Christmas truck in Cumberland this Christmas"
Carnforth teenager is fundraising to support Help for Heroes as he cuts his long locks to create a wig for a child undergoing cancer treatment
A determined teenager who has grown his hair for three years to help two charities is aiming to reach £10,000 by the time he has his head shaved by his mum this Sunday.
Lancashire man who was told he had seasonal flu by doctor ended up in coma for ten days over Christmas
A Lancashire man whose symptoms were dismissed as the flu ended up in a coma for ten days after being diagnosed with a blood infection.
Boost for local community as new minor procedures unit opens at The Lancaster Hospital
Staff at The Lancaster Hospital, part of Circle Health Group, have hailed the opening of its brand-new Minor Procedures Unit in what is a big milestone for the hospital. It comes as the hospital’s owner continues to embark on a £300 million investment programme across its UK-wide hospital estate.
Firefighters continue to tackle major blaze in Lancaster and urge public to stay away from area
Firefighters are still at the site of a large fire at the former Supaskips site in Lancaster.
Mentally ill 15-year-old girl under 4 to 1 supervision in hospital as no space at secure accommodation
A 15-year-old girl with a history of self-harming so extreme she has to be watched by four people is living in hospital because of the national shortage of secure accommodation.
Proposed changes to donor anonymity laws risk increasing unfairness
New proposals to change the law protecting the anonymity of sperm and egg donors in the UK “would increase inconsistency and arguably unfairness” for many donor-conceived people, two experts in the field have warned.